Once it was announced the Dallas Cowboys were going to appear again on HBO’s Hard Knocks, pundits and Cowboy haters were crowing about how it was going to ruin the team, that the drama was going to overwhelm hard work and commitment.
Well, after three shows have aired, we are sorry to disappoint you that it has been all business, where stars try to become champions and work hard to run down their dreams. There is no drama. There are no shoot outs, no fights, no disagreements, no strippers, no drugs and no girlfriends. It is all business. We are so sorry.
“When you get here in camp, you are playing football,” said quarterback Tony Romo.
The third of four shows was boring, uneventful and almost too lovey-dovey.
Terrell Owens isn’t an antagonizing football player; he’s a mentor.
Adam Jones is a gifted athlete on a new team and with a new attitude.
You drop a ball, it is 50 push ups.
A mental mistake, and it is 25.
Sam Hurd did 150 push ups. No. 17 is the team’s No. 3 receiver right now.
“I am just going to bust balls and I don’t even care who is covering me.”
Those who may think, even me, that head coach Wade Phillips is a push over, other coaches say he is demanding when it comes to technique.
I’m not complaining that the show is boring. I am not upset that the show is all business. What it means is once the season starts, the other teams playing us better be ready.